Nature Index
Plants in British Columbia's South Coast
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the South Coast
Broom is a common bush on the
south coast. It has very beautiful
yellow flowers.
Salmon Berries are tasty but
unfortunatley do not grow in
abundance.
Black berries are the very best of all the
berries that grow on the south coast.
They are very sweet and tasty. Good for
pies.
The forest floor is usually covered by Salal,
which have many berries, which are not so tasty,
and by
Sword Ferns, usually found under trees.
Thistles, prickly
as they are, grow
in open spaces.
Bullrushes grow near fresh
water and sway in the wind.
Visit the B.C. Outdoor Guide. To learn more about the local wildlife.